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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

EE PASO HERAT. Tuesday May 31 1910. 9 j f - I I - " - - - - I I I I I I II ! I I .-. - . . - -- . . - -- - - -- - !! I "'" mmm Too Late To Classify Too Late to Classify I Financial and I ss rNs; I AMEST RECALLS -r-T - m f 1 LIVESTOCK WOOL AND COT- ft fl I ft 3 T Hf TUT One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Than 25c. Commercial ton. ill il" f m I J UaSsaSsL Ul iliLi A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one week after being bulle- tined: E. B. J. 205 B. 341 J. 258 D. S. M. R. S. E. 4i Z. Y. X. F. 66 Z. Y. Z. H. S. Fruit Grower H. & P. Los Angeles J-278 369 J. . Box 27 J. C. t XEED GLASSES? Ask Segall. LOOMIS BROS.' NEW LOCATION. Corner St. Louis and Stanton Sts. Real estate and insurance. CLOUDCROFT COTTAGES FOR RENT. 5 and 6 rooms. Phone 1250. W. F. Payne. WHEN" YOD SEE Someone sacrificing Montana St. prop- erty you had better buy it. We have one of the best cor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 May 1910

ERALB 10 Tuesday May 31 1910. A G of Good Health Accompanies a properly regulated diet of pure food. Get Ferndell foods in cans or packages and be sure of absolute purity and cleanliness. Each article of Ferndell food is luscious and tempting. Ferndell in Food eans Quality djM ES53SSsE?2ai2Ia Tiny Sweet Peas per caji -. . j0-v v V Asparagus Tips Ljjtff 7sjf prcaji A? f(& ' Selected Lima Beans Sweet Com per can Fancy Tomatoes ' per can flfive Relish A fresh supply just received per bottle . Tularosa Dressed Chickens each Sea Crest Brand Lobsters in glass jars Phone 151. 210-212 Tesaus St Antoll5L 1 WE HAVE NOT SAISED OUR PRICES OK" IMPERIAL PAUTT AH paints have gone up 20c and 25c per gallon in sympathy -with Linseed Oil but we bought two cars before the raise and will still sell our Imperial High Grade Paint at $1.80 per gallon until further notice. Tuiile Paint Co. See Us or Write for Prices on Hammocks Water Bags Tents Cots Durham Duplex Razors and anything in the 7 3 - Saddle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

h . AJI the XevfH Herald Prints It First While It's Fresh. El Paso Texas Wednesday Evening June 1 1910 - - - 18 Pages Ri rnDP 11m I U 1 1U D 0 Ii'HiIw i !!! 11 Jas3 t ii .0 nil DOWN v FLiuil I u I I 8 t $30000 up for Trip From New York to St. Louis; $25000 to Chicago. A SMALLER PRIZE IS ALSO OFFERED England Generally Thinks It Will Make Every Effort to Prevent Government Re- ducing Their Charges GOVERNMENT TO PRESS THE CASE CROWN PRINCE OF GERMANY Conviction on Charge of Bri- bery Set Aside by Higher Court on Appeal. TELEGRAM FROM ' AUSTIN RECEIVED Inopportune Whether He Ne?v York June 1. Thirty -thousand dollars is offered to the first aviator who flies in an aeroplane from New York city to St. juouis or - iron? St- T-rkiW? rt "NTt. "WkT1j- Thaca Yiftrroe f. offered by Jos JPultlzer owner of the Kew York World and St. Louis Post- Dispatch. The Jew xork Times announces mai it has arrangea witn j C Shaffer of the Chicago Evening Post for an offer of $25000 for an aeroplane race betwe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

mm ' . """ iti i TBMlMa X i J CJ o Of is two years Our policy has been to establish a strong well equipped progressive yet conservative bank with every :; facility unquestioned stability consistent liberality and modern methods. On these grounds we hope to hold our old business and invite hew. SSVEIUL A"UTOMOBILES WITH SAME DUMBER? "Woman Is Hit by Car and Uenial la 3Inde that It "Was Ovrned by Phil lonnsr Whose Xumber It Carried. An automobile carrying number 260 and registered in the name of Phil "Young- struck Aleja Brigala an aged Mexican iwoman who lives at 911 Chi- huahua street Wednesday morning at the Overland street crossing of El Paso street knocking her down and Injur- ing her so that she was unable to walk jo her home. She was going north on fEl Paso street when the auto came around the Overland street corner. Mr. Toung stated that while number The Old Parlor Berber Shop Mbred temporarily fa 320 Mesa Are. opposite plaza. Barbers Sid Eicbards Frarier and Galloway E. L. AT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

PTT. "PARO TTRRATT Wednesdav June 1. 1910. idsummer &EF t& t : 1 -. tr - -4 "Tf 7 Z A. 1 3 w ai&ts v As Ion: Rates are not recalled by New Spring and at the have been doing namely at the PER CENT RAJIiROAD NEWS. RIPIEY SAYS PIS ARE SET AGAEXST RAIIiROAD 3IEX Chicago 111.. June 1. "They've got the pins set against us" -was' the first comment of E. P. Ripley president of the Santa Fe system "when Informed chat the government will seek -to en- join the railroads of the Western Traf- fic association from puttln?g into effect an advance in rates scheduled for today i Mr. Ripley's subsequent remarks leit no doubt that the railroads -will fight the government with all their great "The shippers who have attended meetings to protest against the advance fcave no personal knowledge of the subject" the Santa iFe president con- tinued. "They have been deceived by P i W El y as the Unjust; Outrageous m j ohibitive New Fire Insurance I ! either the Eg li ting Board or the Fire In- i Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

L PASO HERALD VTednesdav Time 1 1910. B i i mrm EaMaimiH OPPORTUNITY CANNOT KNOCK AT THE DOOR OF A MAN WHO HAS NO HOUSE ffffli 'J-Jgf 'AHr'nfin Sbg IS Hi II If you believe that El Paso is "The Denver v of Texas" now is the time to buy lots in They Will K W j0. m J iftS K 47. OB HNS ? fSvS iSi E II II I I I II II ' miiM.iiJ1 !JJI-If How often we hear some one say "Do yon see that lot over there sell- ing for $5000 ? I could have bought it five years ago for $500. J ' la El Paso today you will find plenty of men who will tell you that they could have bought lots in East El Paso for $100 which are now worth $1000. "When one contemplates the wonderful productiveness of the soil in the great territory surrounding and adjacent to El Paso one cannot help being convinced that values will before the end of the present de- cade double and even treble in value. The time of El Paso's larger development has arrived. Present building activities eclipse all records. Every steam hammer that beats i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

X PASO HERALD Wednesday June 1 1910. y? j . XJ5 . j : 4 root . Troubles i XmlSLnssmii. ONT KISS the baby or allow others to do unless their mouths have been cleansed and purified by the daily use of 5 so Loose shoes arenas bad as tight ones. There's no good reason for eith- er. They should fit. The only safe way is to be fitted by a shoe man who knows what shoe will fit your type of feet. Regal Shoes are made in quarter sizes -from models like your feet. They'll fit from toe to heel from sole to ankle. Make Us Prove SEND FOR CATALOG AND MEASUREMENT BLANK FREE PERFECT Tooth Powder which cleanses preserves and beautifies the teeth and im- parts purity and fragrance to the breath. Mothers should teach the little ones its daily use the I 'JLto' MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. L erner Shoe Co. 215 El Paso Street TY"e Are Aprcnis for Parisian Sapre nnd KnOTV he Guarantee Is Genuine. Kelly & Pollard- Parisian Sage the quick acting- hair restorer is guaranteed: To ston falling- hair. To cu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

i Wednesdav. June 1. 1910. EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1881. The EJ Paso Herald mofucs aisu by absorption and succession. The Daily News. The Telegraph. T3e Telegram. The Tribune. The Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal. The Kepublican The Bulletin. ME3IBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AXD AMKIL XEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the Postoffice In El Paso Ten. as Second Class matter. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not. thrive unopposed. HERALD ( TELEPHONES. ) Bell Auto 3usiness Office 115 1115 Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 Society Reporter 1019 Advertising department 116 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month. 50c; pur year. S7. "Weekly Herald per year $2. The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Bliss and Towne Texas and Cludad Juarez. Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

SE PASO HERALD Wednesday June 1 1910. '7 w - ' 5 g JSh3 j tra i i! Enjoyed By the Grown Ups As On tliis day. Wednesday June the first we sell outright and turn over to Mr. A. J. FUL- liAN our entire loan business and all remaining merchandise. Sir. Fullan will hereafter carry on the business in the same location heretofore occupied by us at 102 San Antonio street. All accounts due us are payable to us and all accounts due by us will be paid by ourselves and should be forwarded to us by mail. We avail ourselves of this opportunity to sin- cerely thank our patrons for all past favors. In about thirty days we shall inaugurate the store we are now.remodeling and fitting out at the corner of Mesa avenue and Texas street where we shall conduct a first class general jew- elry store in which we shall make diamond goods and high class jewelry our specialty at the same time aiming to satisfy all customers by offering them the most artistic goods and the best values in all classes of articles ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

P JLL& ROOMS BOARD ETC. Chiiigs Lost and Found; Personals and Tnblif Notices Business .Chances Stocks and All Professional Directory Legal Medical Educational FOR. REXT Two front housekeeping rooms gas ranrre. extra bedroom; no sick. 112 West Franklin. Auto 17S2. Kinds of Bargains CLEAN' outside rooms 616 San Antonio. $ Wednesday June 1 1910. LOST FOUND. LOST A purse containing lo in 05 Mesa and Union money. octween Return to Herald. Reward. station. LOST Gold watch and fob ameciyst stone on fob. Return to Herald office and receive reward. PEKSO.VAL. IF YOU DO EMBROIDERY and dainty neecHe work I will tell vou how to make money. Address Box 76S El Paso Tex. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED One firstclass sasii and mill man. $4.50 per day hours work. Address Arizona poor and Mill Co. Tucson Ariz. door of 8 Sash 31EX Our illustrated catalog explains how we teach barber trade in few weeks; mailed free. Moler Barber Col- lege. FortVorthTex: TELEGRAPK...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday June 1 1910. 9 . . - teTo loo La A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this morning. N These replies should be called for not later than one week after.being bulle- tined: B. 341 M. 3S0 E. 40 Z. Y. X. H- & P. Z. Y. Z. J. C C. It Troxel J. 25S Permanent J. 278 Engine J. 369 M. 382 Oliver Typewriter Co. ' FOR SALE One new wall tent 12 1 young parrot talking cheap. -11 Myrtle. TO EXCHANGE Single buggy and horse and typewriters for double seatea rig. apij - y--o nnn nnT n.17. tnr WENT for June and part of July; 6 rooms and bath; completely furnished. Bell phone 59. D. M. Payne. FOR SALE CHEAP 2 lots on paved i i it T.l.1n fonm !.- hall. 5140U ( for the 2. Only $500down- Thu. ot-J fer Is only gooa ior a ua. .-.- B. X. Y. care Herald. WANTED Horse and buggy for the summer for its keep. Mrs. H. R. Mc- Cllntock. 1000 Piospect Phone 29iS. FOR S4.LE Refrigerator In good con- dition. "White enamel Insi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

10 Wednesday June 1 1910. L PA k a I m jM ESJfga &&&$& mmE StOt- I i 25c NAIL BRUSHES 12 1-2c T TSEFUL Hand and Xail Brushes worth KJ to 25c each; on sale beginning tomorrow 22C 35c GLOVES 15c ODD pairs of tan and gray Lisle Gloves worth 35c a pair; your g choice beginning tomorrow JL O C 50c HATS 1pc CHILDREN'S HATS of straw linen and duck. SeH regularly at 25c and 50c; closing out price ibeginning to- ff morrow is JLJ& 10c HANDKERCHIEFS 5c EX'S Hemstitched Handkerchiefs with fancy colored border; regular 10c handkerchiefs ; the price beginning f tomorrow is OC M: 333 GLYCERINE SOAP. J OSTG full sized bars of 333 Glycerine -a--' Soap a good soap for hot weather; beginning tomorrow Q each. . .. - OC BRADLEY'S AMMONIA BiRADLEY'S Woodland Violet Ammonia regular price 15c a bottle; on sale ibeginning tomorrow 15c FANS 8c . HIGHLY decorated folding paper Fans worth 12 l-2c and 15c. We include them in "Aftenmath Saile" 0 at ..-: OC $2.00 FLOUNCINGS 88c FULL wMuh Swiss...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

Seal Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Ciassify Ads On Pages 8 and 9. Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. On Pages 8 and 9. ITS SUM School Booms Are Beauti- fully Decorated Many Honors Conferred. CRT. -PASO TTKRALD rm mM m igf mm aB JL-P.w' Vw . i x ? t;jvar-n ""as.L j.LiiiMiiiiiiiniii iHiiw'(i:?a;a'w. i ' in iwa f8? r y w : j'.rMvrntJ y.f&srx. a. v . . -j- u EXEHGSE c -wf fsm ii m-JihU peswf wwWm r-y 4oa s TpRrn u&! & 'J&ssSr h&''fflfi& T- S x7t!v f(J I "S pctc k vaasn bsSpJ Iy i With a dainty program of oratory and -music the graduating girls of St- Joseph's academy gave ' their com- mpntm(nt exercises Wednesday morn ing- The school hall -was -well filled j with parents and friends ana presem.- a a jrala amearance in evergreen and fern decorations and the school colors . of white and blue- Follow in jr the program medals ior special honors "were awarded by Rev. father Pinto. The Medal Award. Medals and Premiums were awarded as foHows: Gold ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

Evening SkyM ap for J U N NOFVTW JUMEMoomPhase5. NEWM0ONdUNEL7. First Qtr.tJUwe 14.. FullMoon.Jun2. UstQtr.june29- & Columbia Universe v g-- "JfUV tlw -B "' --.-..; --JiW . X - al i. Tn :" y. JzM$M-L V- A LISr. k . ili ilk A V f T fy V I N . J T " "f ' " r k. j: .ar WHKSSSHGSBS i south in the early evening1 slowly getting- farther west each night- Its mo- tion among the stars may be readily ob- served by watching its position relative to the stars in the constellation of Virgo. How- to Find Halley's Comet. C 73 O 3 09 a X (FACFSOtTTHAND HOLD THE MAP OVER YOUR HEAD-THE TOP N0RTHAND YOU WILL SEE THE5TTARSANDPLANET5 JUST AS THEY APPEAR. INTHE.HEAVEN5 WHEN -this is- read the most 'bril- liant period of Halley's comet for the year 1910 will be a thing of the past and the comet wlH be each night becoming fainter and fainter. After 3t first appeared in the morning skies It did seem as if "we "were to be doomed to disappointment for press dispatches of the comet being -without tail -wer...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

June 1. 1910. The Heralds Sporting News 13 The Herald's Sporting News Wednesday iXj Dr. Mackey Has Extended the Time for Giving His Services Free for One Month Owing to the large number of invalids who have-called on Dr. Mackey and have been unable to see him this Specialist has by request consented to continue giving his services free One Month Longer From June 1st Until July 1st TREATED FREE UNTIL CURED Provided You Begin Treatment During the Free Month. You only pay for the medicine used for t'he cure which Dr. Mackey Avill furnish from liis own private dispensary at actual cost. No otier charges made- Take advantage of this liberal offer at once. It is for all. A month's treat- ment will convince you. Over 20 years successful practice. Perfect and permanent cures guaranteed in all cases accepted. Xo incurable cases taken. Consultation free. Office -hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily. Sundays 9 to 12 a. m. DR. MACKEY Office Hammett Block cor. Mesa Ave. and Texas St. Entrance 11 Mesa ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

TGF "OA C! 1$ Wednesday June 1 1910. J Jutnercu-s Happy In Social Circles JlJ-fi X Is l fximmev Girl (By Myrtto Read.) IM I IWHi'Pi ii l WMJMBami5kv!&smmmri: "WiieiieTer we liaTe any special bargains to offer to the people we have no apolo- gies to make as- we are always glad of the opportnity to give our friends and customers shoes already priced the Lowest at a still Greater reduction. Here are some shoes at such ridiculously low prices that you can afford to get an extra pair of these whether you need them or not. A lot of "White Canvas Oxfords and odd sizes in Eld and Patent Oxfords worth up to $3.00 rice 69 Several short lines and odd sizes of Patent and Kid Oxfords and Slippers worth regularly up to 3.50 Sp eciai trice Several short lines of Orfords and Ankle Ties including bronze gray and catawba suedes Avorth up to $5.50 rice All Tan Oxfords and Ankle Ties -worth up to $4.00 0 'IC ' Special Sale Shoes Will Not Be Exchanged rfn a b 6 d4rl J&k i A load of liny In the s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

The Herald's Sporting News Wednesday JPAJ30 IT WjTI A.1L JD June 1.1910. The Herald 's Sporting News X5 mjg&MLt ajrilHtUEU JE&tw W&4Mm H IfM1 P"1M2l.&W!. A m wvn B PJ-Lzzzi? Mil ' liFII rj? i put itintmeBankI IroR THEM IT WIIslJ 1 CREATE OR CRUMBLE 1 EL PASO BUILDER GOES TO MEXICO To suDervise the concrete work- on I two big .mills in Mexico. J. F. Wood- -ward will leave "Wednesday evening' for j Tampico and "Veracruz to be gone a i ' month. His building- operations in El j t Paso "will be carrieu on by his iore- inon and the Schutz and Krakauer building will bo rushed to completion as rapidly as possible. The Fewel j building will be started Monday by Lee uiiu. oouyu.ru. S m ir C! 1 I ra t-3"--1"" ct Jtt TTTrm R OBl pwic "OW jy cr-sss' m a ss sse- v -w '- 1 i ExbAVATION FOE THE MILLS BUILDING- Excavation work begun Monday on 'he basement of the Anson Mills build- ing and a battery of teams is at work excavating for the big basement which is to occupy all of the spac...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

WHnosdar. Juno 1 1910. EL P ASQ HERALD 'M'" "?1& 'If ..- Ivfel fl 'rt o - ' '"'' !'-' C'Sf

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

Wednesday June 1 1910. 17 !! M I I mifrTtftiUBB ornia HERALD " "i TTfj-gawnrM i 111 riirBmMrrcTTM7TiBTBTTiTBravwi-r'i""'MgE"xa''M'' n gwraBaBBi Bean aga aMBBn ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS ETC. Y OU CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOTJT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT FISH HUNT SAIL OR CAMP PLAY TENMS GOLF BOWL DANCE OR LOSE Y.OURSELF A MONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA- TURE MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RES ORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE. Wffi'fey Hotel Virginia HB llfW;" ! ffiy Lonff Beach 400 Rooms V l i jj j li s ' B I IIS ' I I i Hi ! i J0L NF ! r?l rr2 X ""."" "'5!Z i-7 jf'fHfi. "-JS-?" SwSilA aT5!S!' iAflS -p; if y f i H Ir if rs-s IT ii f TV' fpTl g psS-JS3h6c F AIPI k Twr- T& Z2. e JsLS tTr: ;-' r.T'iZ7 It-VfrTCiLK . ym Greatest Mountain fy In the World II1 SPEXD A VACATIftV 3IIL.E ABOVE THE SEA a:vd exjoy the xoux- taia air a3ioxg the great pines and OAKS. . SUMMER RATES $3 PER DAY OR AX OUTYNCr AT ' ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 June 1910

EL PASO HERALD i By Charles Klein and TjjJJL T EJ 8 P H OTP 0 I-C Copyriglt' 1910' By j $ Arthur Hornblow I fit 101111 U f U II LL G" ' Diiiam Co I 18 "Wednesday June 1 1910. . HF 1 A Guarantee "O bs.1L JL tf S LJ2gA. ill uuuu JL igculwr H Accompanies a properly regulated diet of pure food. Get Ferndell foods in cans or packages and be sure of absolute purity and cleanliness. Each article of Pemdell food is luscious and tempting. Ferndell in Food Means Quality Tiny Sweet Peas P" per can .-. JL J CXM r. 4c V J!) WW Selected Lima Beans ! CfJCk0fM&w prcan - JLC dY AJiS ffi Siveet Corn tytr Stw per can .- &aj J Fancy Tomatoes - per can - A-pC Olive Relish A fresh supply just received per bottle Tularosa Dressed Chickens J W oea wrest xrana ajous tex in glass jars Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St AutollSL WE HAVE NOT RAISED OUR PRICES ON IMPERIAL PAINT ALL paints have gone up 20c and 25c per gallon in sympathy Tvith Linseed Oil. but we bought two cars before the raise and will still s...

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